The Latitude notebook line is designed to address a wide range of business and organizational needs, including performance, portability and flexibility. Offerings within the family range from wireless-ready, expandable, full-featured models to thin, light ultra-portable models.
LabVIEW is a tool for designing test, measurement and control systems. The graphical development
TestPoint software is for data acquisition, instrument control, analysis and presentation. It uses object-oriented drag-and-drop technology to simplify data acquisition and test and measurement.
Included with NI Vision boards, as well as with NI Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX), NI-IMAQ driver-level software provides a comprehensive software interface for image acquisition. The software allows users to acquire, save and display images without low-level programming.
Photoshop digital imaging software offers tools that help to show detail more easily, articulate complex concepts visually, and save time by automating common tasks.
ImageJ is a software program that facilitates image processing and analysis in Java. Running on Linux, Mac OS 9, Mac OS X, Windows and the Sharp Zaurus PDA, the software and its Java source code are freely available and in the public domain, with no license required.
Paint Shop Pro X offers a combination of one-click fixes and precision controls for fine tuning. Tools are organized by task within the Learning Center palette, enabling users to grow into the program as their knowledge of digital image editing develops.
LabStation is a general-purpose instrument interfacing tool that can accept results from almost any type of instrument.
LabVIEW is an integrated design, control and test platform for desktop, industrial, embedded and handheld applications. Its integrated environment can be used to interface with real-world signals, to analyze data for meaningful information and to share results throughout an organization.
The Proliant family of servers includes the DL385, DL145, BL35p and BL25p. The DL385 features two-processor AMD Opteron performance, and 2U density, while the DL145 G2 is a maximum-performance 2P/1U compute node that features an Opteron-based platform suited for large clustered HPC environments.
The PowerEdge line offers inter-operable standards. Its Intel architecture-based servers run either MS Windows or Red Hat Linux. Architecture based upon one to four processors creates dynamic computing blocks that run multiple applications over a shared pool of resources.
The System p5 family of servers includes 64-bit Power Architecture technology and supports the AIX 5L and Linux operating systems simultaneously. They are designed to provide power and flexibility to respond to demands for UNIX and Linux environments.
The 7000 series business desktops adapt to business needs ranging from expandability to space-constrained environments with three serviceable form factors. The latest model in the family, the dc7600, offers an integrated TPM 1.
The OptiPlex series provides reliable systems within networked environments. Features in the GX620 and GX520 lines include Intel Pentium 4 Processors with Hyper-Threading, offering flexibility for 32- and 64-bit computing on the desktop, and allowing for future 64-bit applications and OS use.
Precision desktop and mobile workstations are designed for professionals who require the performance to run applications such as 3-D computer-aided design, digital content creation, geographic information systems, computer animation and software development.